CCLC News & Bulletins

Post date: Sep 28 11:44am

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Post date: Jun 11 10:37am

Emergent curriculum in early childhood education refers to the process of using the spontaneity generated in the daily life of the children and adults in the program, along with teacher planning, to develop the curriculum.


Register for a spot at the CCLC

To register your child at the CCLC please fill out the waitlist application...


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Registration Process


Need Help Paying for Child Care?

Childcare Age Groupings

** NEW** CCLC Tours for Families On the Waitlist

What is New at the CCLC

United Way Fundraiser




Ongoing Fundraiser for the CCLC

The CCLC has a couple of different fundraising opportunities in which families may participate year round.


The first is Mabel's Labels

Mabels Labels is the perfect solution for:

  • finding the items that children leave behind at the library, daycare, pool, school etc.  
  • labelling sports bottles, sports equipment, dance and gym wear.
  • organizing at home - spices, containces, recycling

PLease  click the link below to access our Mabels Labels webpage.




The CCLC is a high quality early childhood education program that provides children with special needs the opportunity to achieve their full potential. Children are provided with full participatory opportunities to benefit from social and developmental experiences with their typically developing peers.

Read more about Inclusion



The primary goals of the University of Guelph Child Care and Learning Centre are:

  1. To provide a high quality, supportive, family-centred program for young children in a warm, safe and responsive environment while their parents work and/or study.  Children are actively involved in a variety of play and daily living experiences designed to:
    • promote their physical, social, emotional, and cognitive development
    • encourage co-operation, responsibility, and consideration of others
  2.     To work collaboratively with the Department of Family Relations and Applied Nutrition in the areas of teaching, research and observation.

Read about the Child Care and Learning Centre Philosophy